SST Group and Bauman MSTU Signed an Agreement in Materials and Technology Design for the Arctic

December 7, 2018

December 5, 2018 Anatoly Alexandrov, Rector of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, and Michael Strupinsky, CEO of SST Group, signed an agreement on strategic partnership in the development of composites, materials and technologies for the Arctic region.

SST Group and Bauman MSTU Signed an Agreement in Materials and Technology Design for the Arctic

From December 5 to 8, the International Forum “Key Trends in Composites: Science and Technology” was held at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (MSTU). The event was organized by the Intersectoral Engineering Center for Composites at Bauman MSTU. This year, the central topics of the forum included the development of materials and technologies for the Arctic.

The integrated development of the Arctic can be achieved by combining the key competencies of leading universities, research centers, industrial corporations, and public authorities. For this purpose, Bauman MSTU is establishing the Research and Educational Center for Arctic Materials and Technology.

On December 5, 2018, Anatoly Alexandrov, Rector of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, and Michael Strupinsky, CEO of SST Group, signed an agreement on strategic partnership at the Research and Educational Center (REC) for Arctic Materials and Technology. The agreement defines the priority areas of cooperation on joint experimental projects, exchange of research and engineering information on promising innovative developments in the field of materials and technology for the Arctic. One of the activity areas of SST Group at the REC will be the development of conductive polymers and energy-saving technology for electric cable heating of buildings and structures.

At the round table, the partners discussed the current issues of developing solutions for the Arctic. In his presentation, Michael Strupinsky noted that SST Group has developed and is successfully operating Arctic versions of its products and systems. As part of the REC project, SST Group will work together with Bauman MSTU and its Intersectoral Engineering Center for Composites on the development, testing, and commercialization of a new generation of materials and electrical engineering technology for reliable and safe operations in the harsh conditions of the Far North.


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